Carrie Morgridge is Vice President of the Morgridge Family Foundation. For the past fifteen years, she and her husband, John, have worked tirelessly to leverage their foundation’s funds, spark innovation, and fuel transformation in the areas of education, conservation, health & wellness, and the arts.
Carrie is recognized nationally for her work as a philanthropist, student advocate and the creator of innovative professional development for teachers. She is a recipient of the distinguished Frances Wisebart Jacobs Woman of the Year award from Mile High United Way, and currently serves on the Board of Trustees at the University of Denver, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Colorado Mountain College Board of Overseers, and New Jersey Center for Teaching and Learning. She has been publicly recognized for her work at National Jewish Health and Denver Academy. She also serves in an advisory capacity and speaks nationally to education advocacy and technology-focused forums.
Carrie graduated summa cum laude from International Academy of Design and Technology, giving her an edge on design innovation, and is also an aggressive athlete, finishing nine Ironman competitions. She lives in Colorado and Florida with her husband John.
Carrie Morgridge is available for speaking engagements. To learn more about her speaking topics and experience, download her speakers kit here.